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The Anthropology Has To Start Afresh

‘Time’ magazine did mention her discovery of another out-of-Africa dispersal (that we call here the ‘Katerina Dispersal’) via a new southern region route (that we call here the ‘Katerina Route’) as one of 10 foremost discoveries in 2007, while she was elected the AAAS Fellow of the American Association of the Advancement of Science (AAAS) that publishes the famous ‘Science’ magazine, by recognizing her meritorious efforts to advance anthropology via her personally developing and globally disseminating the 3-D geometric morphometric methods (that we call here the ‘Katerina Method’), which for the first time made it possible to analyze the morphometry of the famous skull Hofmeyr.  Continue reading The Anthropology Has To Start Afresh